Greece is officially known as the Hellenic Republic and is located at the crossroads of Asia, Africa, and Europe. Situated on the south tip of the Balkan peninsula, sharing land borders with the Republic of Macedonia and Bulgaria to the north, Turkey to the northeast and Albania to the northwest.Greece has the longest coastline on the Mediterranean Basin, also the 11th longest coastline in the world. Eighty percent of Greece is mountainous, and Mount Olympus is its highest peak at 2,918 meters (9,573 ft).
Greece is known for its fascinating history and natural beauty. The countless islands, sandy beaches, ancient archaeological sites, and a balmy Mediterranean climate make it one of Europe's prime tourist destinations.
It might interest you that Greece is the world’s third largest producer of olive oil and edible olives, with a 16% share of the international olive oil market. It stands for purity, excellent taste, and high nutritional value. The country also produces the finest cheeses in the world and all Greek cheeses are exported making the nation a huge exporter through the international markets.
Mediterranean cuisine is at its best in this country, and every part of Greece has its own specialty. The sea, the sand, and the creative hands of the inhabitants all together produce flavors which are unforgettable.
Considered the symbol of Athens and Greece, the Acropolis is a rocky mound rising in the heart of modern Athens and crowned by three magnificent temples, the best known and most distinctive is the Parthenon. Rhodes is the largest of the Dodecanese islands with an impressive fortification system, including monumental towers and gates.
Making it to the list of the top destinations Delphi is a UNESCO World Heritage site. You must visit Santorini for its stunning sunsets and dramatic views, fine dining and wineries, while Mykonos is famous for its extreme nightlife and wonderful beaches. Each of these places holds its own unique charm and ambience that attracts visitors to visit the exotic country of Greece.